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Your potential tenant cannot file another Chapter 7 for at least another 3 years, and it would not make sense for him to file a Chapter 11, because it costs $1,000 to file a Chapter 11. But he could file a Chapter 13 at any time.
If your potential tenant did file a Bankruptcy, that would only temporarily suspend the eviction process. The suspension would not have to last longer than a few weeks, and then the eviction proceeding could resume, in the same manner as before the Bankruptcy was filed.
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he was approved chapter 7 bankruptcy in 2008, how many year he can apply again ? according your answer, 3 years he can apply, meaning now he can apply again anytime, right ?
Thanks for help.
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